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Although most trends remained stable with little growth or decline, a handful of trends experienced growth that is worth paying attention to. Here is the top five
Data Integrity for Business Users – The growing interest in data integrity indicates a major change. Data management tasks, particularly in the field of data integration, are increasingly being addressed by business departments in place of IT. Data integrity for business users goes hand in hand with one of three major trends in BI 2017: Self-Service BI. Enterprise users want direct access to data without having to wait for an IT intermediary. BI vendors are taking note: companies can expect to see more options and interfaces, as well as governance frameworks for data integration that will serve business users.
Predictive Analytics – Predictive analytics, including Cognos Services in Argentina continues to grow as a driving force in decision-making for companies embracing BI. One of the main reasons behind this growing trend is the large number of possible uses for predictive analytics: Businesses Intelligence Consultant in Argentina can predict revenue, prices, machine downtime and more. Many companies are now moving beyond the experimental phase and are using predictive analytics on a daily basis, which also explains their upward growth. With more companies coming on board, they expect to see new products and services for the growing number of use cases.
Big Data Analysis – Great data has become a core competency for organizations seeking to transform themselves into data-driven businesses, so it is not surprising that it continues to attract more and more interest. As business processes and models continue to adapt to incorporate large data, suppliers and users will explore new ways to leverage it for greater value. According to the report, companies can increase the value of their data by adding sensor data, geolocation, behavior or social media to their current analysis.